Best Aux lights

sheikyerbooty

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cheers mate. those denalis look great but are silly money here in nz. will look for something from narva or hella that arent the size of dinner plates
 

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I wanted to second the Cyclops products. They are very visible and easy to install. Other parts on this forum have the wiring accessory plug you can use for easy switched installation. I tapped the low beam circuit for switch power so you can't turn the lights on without the bike running.

The only thing I want to do in the future is shorten all the wire runs I have inside the bike, I just left all the wiring and coiled it up nicely but that really crowds the space and looks horrendous. I think if I get a portable soldering iron and some nice hardware/connectors that would be another weekend project; cutting off all the excess looped up wire.
 

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If you want to wire in spotlights so they're switched off the high beam circuit, this video explains the principles of it, but you'll need to figure out how to tap off the high beam circuit for the S10. Probably the easiest access point is the headlight wiring harness connector under the upper right fairing.

 

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Anyone have experience with the Baja XL80 ? I believe a pair is 19,500 Lumens.
 

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I too, have Denali D4s and I installed then exactly like Ric H did. The switch that came with the lights is to turn the lamps completely off. One wire was tapped to a 12v source that's on only when the ignition is on so the relay powers the lamps, and the other is tapped to the bike high beams. My D4s are on low all the time except when I hit the high beam switch and the D4s gets full power. I rarely turn the leds off. And I purchased the Denaili mounting bracket. I like that they're protected in case of a fall.

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Desoto, what year is your ST1200 and do you recall the part numbers for the mounting brackets? I have been looking but couldn't find the right brackets for my 2023 ST1200. Thanks.
 

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@Desoto hasn't posted since that post two years ago. @fleuger99 - If you look at his posts, he tells that he used the Denali light bracket.

For reference, if you hover your cursor over a user name, it opens a window with various info and options. From there, if you click on the "messages" count, it will take you to a list of their posts. Since Desoto didn't have too many, I did that and easily found his post where he posted about adding the aux lights and mounting bracket.
 

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@Desoto hasn't posted since that post two years ago. @fleuger99 - If you look at his posts, he tells that he used the Denali light bracket.

For reference, if you hover your cursor over a user name, it opens a window with various info and options. From there, if you click on the "messages" count, it will take you to a list of their posts. Since Desoto didn't have too many, I did that and easily found his post where he posted about adding the aux lights and mounting bracket.
Appreciate the info Eric. Thanks.
 
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